In memory of
Lynn Robinson Brink
In memory of
Lynn Robinson Brink
BRINK, Dr. Lynn Robinson Lynn Robinson Brink, educator and Professor of Government with the Dallas County Community College District for over 40 years, passed away at Arlington Memorial Hospital on February 2, 2021 following an extended illness. Lynn was born in Dallas, Texas to Stewart and Christine Robinson. She attended Hay Elementary School, Rusk Middle School and graduated from North Dallas High School. Dr. Brink obtained a Bachelor's Degree from Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas; a Master's Degree from the University of North Texas, and a Doctorate Degree from Nova Southeastern University. Raised in Dallas, Lynn and her beloved husband of 55 years, Richard (Dick) Brink, moved to Arlington in the 1970s to raise their family, and quickly became enthusiastic and active members of the community. Lynn was a founding member of New World United Methodist Church in Arlington, and supported many organizations and charities, serving on boards and committees at local, state and national levels. Dr. Brink was an advocate for life-long learning and a strong supporter of the community college concept of higher education, teaching at North Lake College since its opening in 1977. Believing that travel is one of the best educators, she instilled the joy of travel in her children as well as her students. She treasured her semesters in Mexico and Italy teaching Latin American History and Western Civilization. She delighted in her sabbatical year in Guanajuato, Mexico with Dick, and her many trips with dear friends to Fredericksburg, the Texas coast, Spain and Costa Rica. Above all, Lynn loved her family and friends at home and around the world. She is survived by her husband Dick Brink of Arlington, daughter Cynthia Brink Fenny of Ft. Worth; daughter Leigh Brink Jamieson and grandchildren Jessica and Tucker Jamieson of Hurst; brother Stewart Robinson, Jr. of Arlington, Virginia; brother Randolph Robinson of Palestine, Texas; nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews. Her spirit will always be with us. A memorial service will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, gifts may be made to Arlington Urban Ministries and Helping Restore Ability, of Arlington.
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In memory of
Lynn Robinson Brink
BRINK, Dr. Lynn Robinson Lynn Robinson Brink, educator and Professor of Government with the Dallas County Community College District for over 40 years, passed away at Arlington Memorial Hospital on February 2, 2021 following an extended illness. Lynn was born in Dallas, Texas to Stewart and Christine Robinson. She attended Hay Elementary School, Rusk Middle School and graduated from North Dallas High School. Dr. Brink obtained a Bachelor's Degree from Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas; a Master's Degree from the University of North Texas, and a Doctorate Degree from Nova Southeastern University. Raised in Dallas, Lynn and her beloved husband of 55 years, Richard (Dick) Brink, moved to Arlington in the 1970s to raise their family, and quickly became enthusiastic and active members of the community. Lynn was a founding member of New World United Methodist Church in Arlington, and supported many organizations and charities, serving on boards and committees at local, state and national levels. Dr. Brink was an advocate for life-long learning and a strong supporter of the community college concept of higher education, teaching at North Lake College since its opening in 1977. Believing that travel is one of the best educators, she instilled the joy of travel in her children as well as her students. She treasured her semesters in Mexico and Italy teaching Latin American History and Western Civilization. She delighted in her sabbatical year in Guanajuato, Mexico with Dick, and her many trips with dear friends to Fredericksburg, the Texas coast, Spain and Costa Rica. Above all, Lynn loved her family and friends at home and around the world. She is survived by her husband Dick Brink of Arlington, daughter Cynthia Brink Fenny of Ft. Worth; daughter Leigh Brink Jamieson and grandchildren Jessica and Tucker Jamieson of Hurst; brother Stewart Robinson, Jr. of Arlington, Virginia; brother Randolph Robinson of Palestine, Texas; nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews. Her spirit will always be with us. A memorial service will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, gifts may be made to Arlington Urban Ministries and Helping Restore Ability, of Arlington.
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